I believe current strategy is to assign minimum one warhead per actual target to take into account missile/warhead malfunctions, targeting errors, and ABM systems. Plus, current warhead yields in the US and Russian arsenals are much smaller than during the Cold War. I believe all megaton-yield warheads have been eliminated through treaties. 5 to 20 MT could have probably handled all three of those targets with one warhead, but the only nation state to still employ weapons that size is China. So, one modern warhead would be of insufficient yield to destroy all three of those targets.Yingyang wrote: ↑Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:10 amMy list is assets only not population though one question comes to mind. Garden island, bp refinery and fremantle port are all within a 30 km radius,and only 20 kilometres up wind of capital city. Would it be necessary to strike the first three mentioned individually?Or would one be enough to destroy those infrastructures as it is only water between the three?
My information might be outdated, so anyone with better data feel free to correct me.